f4 I 019 #lv-426 shirt tanktop 128€
f4 M 4/4 019 #lv-426 wide–leg tailored cargo pants 291€
assigner: u.s.s. sulaco
special ops – lv426
xenomorph search and destroy
A young Slovak brand freier, founded by Terézia Feňovčíková in 2018, presents a collection inspired by the movie character of Ellen Ripley (Aliens, 1986, James Cameron). In the ‘lv-426’ collection she introduces 18 silhouettes, where various forms of uniform elements prevail. Gradually, we can feel their decomposition into small references, preserved in Ripley’s costume. Ripley is an emancipated and respected heroine, who doesn't need to convince about her strength of will by the use of super powers or spandex. She destroyed the myth of feminine beauty in patriarchal sense with her image of independent and reasonable warrior. The inspiration is focused on identifying with the main character through her development and her impact on side characters.
The graphic processing of textile patterns was taken care of by Flace and we also collaborated with the designer Bronislava Žurková Brůčková on the creation of original machine knits.
The collection was supported with public funds from Slovak Arts Council (Fond na podporu umenia).
„Senselessness is the funnel and it filters the exact amount of lies, to sustain a person to be themself, to remain human“
From german freier – free, independent. The uniqueness of the brand freier is design served raw, collected from the life of street and its variability. On the surface, this means experiment with the cut and visual details on the clothing, disrupted by the styling. Beneath the surface, it means the inspirational composition of the theme. In the first place, it does not only mean the concept, but also accompanying moments, which are related and encourage us to attain the authenticity of each collection.
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